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larry-r-smith's picture
Sep.25.2010
Smith provides the biographical essay and basic chronology of the times.Other essays are by Ed Sanders, Gary Snyder, T.L. Kryss, rjs, Karl Young, Allen Frost, Joel Lipman, Kent Taylor, Mark Kuhar, Ingrid Swanberg, , Russell Salamon, John Jacob, Douglas Manson, Michael Basinski, Jim Lang, and...
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Sep.21.2010
This collection of short stories are nothing short of flammable...well-written, funny, and hot hot hot, fans of erotica will love them all. The constant throughout is Euftis himself, leaving the reader no doubts as to his willingness to explore all things physical....women will love this peek into...
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Sep.12.2010
Magic that detects crime, magic that heals, magic that destroys: all this and more and in hands of women who use their love and their desires to shape their worlds and their destinies. Hellebore and Rue includes 12 stories by Connie Wilkins, Steve Berman, Juliet Kemp, Lisa Morton, Ruth Sorrell and...
elisabeth-houseman's picture
Sep.05.2010
In our age of Netflix and streaming videos, movie attendance continues its long decline, and cinema-going is becoming ever less of the collective experience Walter Benjamin so memorably described. Throughout the city of San Francisco, however, many theaters built between 1910 and 1950 are still...
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Aug.16.2010
Unmasking superhuman abilities and double lives, this analysis showcases nearly two dozen psychologists as their essays explore the minds of pop culture’s most intriguing and daring superheroes, including Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, and the X-Men. Exposing the inner thoughts that these reclusive...
kevin-james-breaux's picture
Aug.16.2010
Dead History - A Zombie Anthology.  The history of the walking dead is a long one. Since before man walked the Earth, the dead have been with us. Rotting, decrepit animated corpses have existed, and in many places, have helped create the evolution of the very history we all know as fact, but yet...
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Aug.14.2010
Thirteen tales of adventure prove a very lucky number of fans of deep space thrills. Includes "Junker's Fancy" by Rosemary Jones.
rosemary-jones's picture
Aug.14.2010
The Forgotten Realms authors tackle the dead, who refuse to stay down, go away, or vacate the premises. Contains the story "Dusty Bones" by Rosemary Jones: another Waterdeep graveyard adventure with the Carver family.
rosemary-jones's picture
Aug.14.2010
"Two Out, Wendigo" by Rosemary Jones appears in this anthology edited by Jennifer Brozek. Know those creepy urban legends? Even creepier when aliens are behind the screams.
jm-cornwell's picture
Aug.04.2010
Nearly everyone thinks their own family is "nutty" or has at least one or two nuts. With 101 stories of wacky yet lovable relatives, funny foibles, and holiday meltdowns, this book is usually hilarious and occasionally poignant. This book shows readers that we all have the same family...